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January 31st, and it’s back on the oche

The news which came from NPHET and the Government this evening would certainly seem to be good news for our sport which would leave us in a position to return playing with the same kind of common sense that was seen from all teams through the previous competition.

The plan to recommence will be for a full round of fixtures in all divisions to be played on Monday January 31st, and Monday February 7th, with no games pencilled in for Monday February 14th, because it being Valentineā€™s day and back then once more to the oche on Monday February 21st and continue to play up until when the final round of fixtures are played before the knockoutsĀ  come into play.

At present we still have three competitions to finish from our opening leagues of the season and these are the super division, 1st division and 2nd division all of which are at the semi-finals stage and these three divisions will all be completed on Friday February 11th.

The super division semifinals and final will be played at the Groves with the line-up as follows, Joshua Tree 1 v Groves 1 and Stables v Cow, both at 9pm with the final to follow.

The first division semifinals and final will be played at the Glenryan Tavern with the line-up here as follows, Residence 1 v Hannah Bawns and Gallows 1 v Ma Dulleas both at 9.15pm with the final to follow.

The second division semifinals and final will be played at the Local with the line-up here as follows, Aunties v Anglers and Jack Fords v Glenryan 1 both at 9pm with the final to follow

The draws for theCDO trophy competitions which will begin on Monday January 31st, have been made and will be available to teams at a delegate meeting to be held in the Joshua Tree on Tuesday February 1st at 8.30pm where fees must be paid for the competition and also teams who have yet to pay for the first competition must do so.

The fixtures for the opening series of games to be played on Monday January 31st, are published below and if there is any team who is withdrawing from the fixture list then contact should be made with any member of the CDO committee to let it know.

Frank Goulding

Chairman Cork Darts Organisation

Cork Darts Organisation fixtures for Monday January 31st, 2022

CDO Super trophy 2021/22

Section 1

TOTH v Joshua Tree 2

Quinlans v Riverstown Inn 1

Bye Groves 2

Section 2

Joshua Tree 1 v Cow

Local 1 v Groves 1

Bye Stables

CDO 1st, Division Trophy 2021/22

Section 1

Gallows v Gerald Griffin

Joshua Tree 3 v River Lane

Bye Residence 1

Section 2

Ma Dulleas 1 v Gallows 1

Riverstown Inn 2 v Hannah Bawns

Bye Old Reliable

CDO 2nd, Division Trophy 2021/22

Section 1

Anglers v Red Cove Inn

Glenryan 2 v Local 2

Residence 2 v Gallows 3

Section 2

Hennessys v Glenryan 1

Carrigaline GAA v Jack Fords

Bye Aunties

CDO Junior Trophy 2021/22

Groves 3 v Ma Dulleas 2

River Lane 2 v Groves 4

Tower v Muskerry Arms

All games in the super division will be the best of 5 legs of 501 flying start,

while all games in the remaining three divisions will be the best of 3 legs of 501.

One throw to the bull will decide the order of throw for each game with bull winner to have the scoring throw first in legs 1,3 and 5, if required.

Charity Shield open singles championship 2021/22

Sponsored by Jason Galway Painting and Decorating

Also below players should view the entries for the Charity Shield open singles championship which is sponsored by Jason Galway painting and decorating which will now be played at the Joshua Tree on Friday March 11th, at 8pm SHARP.

Any player who has entered the Charity Shield open singles and is unable to make it on this new date for the competition should notify championship manager Sean Leahy immediately.

NO MORE ENTRIES ARE BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE CHARITY SHIELD OPEN SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP.

List of entries for Charity Shield

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